Many divorcing couples have one major asset that they must split -- the home they bought together.
Prenuptial agreements are no longer the taboo topic they once were for couples who are about to wed. But that doesn't mean that you shouldn't look at a prenup carefully and ask some important questions before you sign it.
Where the saying "more money, more problems" goes, that's probably never truer than when a couple with significant financial means is getting divorced -- if one half doesn't want to play fair.
What's the difference between a valid marriage and a purely religious prayer ceremony that sanctifies a couple's relationship before God?
One of the Detroit Tigers' most valuable players, Miguel Cabrera, is contesting the amount of child support a Florida judge has ordered him to pay for the two young children he fathered with his mistress.
If you've been terribly unhappy in your marriage for some time now, how much of an obligation do you have to warn your spouse about your feelings? Could your spouse really not be conscious of the fact that you've already got one foot out the door?
Autistic children thrive on routines and need a lot of extra coaching to get through changes. That can make divorce -- along with the frequent transitions from one parent's home to the other's for visitation -- particularly rough on them.
Divorce brings many changes, not the least of which is determining how the marital property will be divided. Other than child custody matters, there is likely not another aspect of divorce that is quite as contentious.
Trust is a terribly fragile thing, and it isn't uncommon for the trust a couple shares to be shattered completely on the way to a divorce. That can often leave one member of a couple wondering, "What is my spouse hiding?"
A lot of American women still tend to rely on their husbands to handle the family finances -- which can put women at a disadvantage if the marriage crumbles.